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[v.1] Arthur O'Leary: his wanderings and ponderings in many lands.--[v.2-3] Barrington. To which is added. Tales of the trains.--[v.4-5] The Bramleighs of Bishop's Folly. To which is added Dairy and notes of Horace Templeton, esq.--[v.6-7] Charles O'Malley, the Irish dragoon.--[v.8-9] Confessions of Con Cregan, the Irish Gil Blas.--[v.10-11] The Daltons; or, Three roads in life.--[v.12-13] Davenport Dunn, a man of our day.--[v.14-15] The Dodd family abroad. To which is added, That boy of Norcott's.--[v.16] The fortunes of Glencore.--[v.17-18] Harry Lorrequer.--[v.19-20] Jack Hinton, the guardsman.--[v.21-22] The knight of Gwynne; a tale of the time of the union.--[v.23] Lord Kilgobbin.--[v.24-25] Luttrell of Arran. To which is added, Paul Gosslett's confessions.--[v.26-27] The Martins of Cro' Martin.--[v.28] Maurice Tiernay, the soldier of fortune.--[v.29-30] The O'Donoghue; a tale of Ireland fifty years ago. To which is added A rent in a cloud.--[v.31-32] One of them. To which is added, A day's ride: a life's romance.--[v.33-34] Sir Brook Fossbrooke. To which is added, St. Patrick's eve.--[v.35] Sir Jasper Carew, his life and experiences.--[v.36-37] Tom Burke of "Ours."--[v.38] Tony Butler